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Cura wont open see logfile for details

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hello,

hopefully i have come to the right place.

anyway

I attempted to open cura 2.1.3 however, it crashes and displays an error saying "see log file C : Program Files\Cura2.1\Cura.log for details"

when i open the file it displays permission error error no 13 permission denied (then where the file is located)

i then go to that file and i am able to open it, i have checked the security permissions on it and it is fine.

i have uninstalled and reinstalled, i have installed in diferent places, i have restarted my machine in between installs. i dont know what to do now

how can i fix this i kinda need cura up and running soon.

thanks in advance

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I would suggest downloading Cura 2.3. While it is Beta, it has numerous bug fixes from 2.1.3.

I suggest uninstalling Cura 2.1.3 and then cleaning out your old settings from previous installs by renaming the Cura folder in the Users directory:

C:\Users\YourUsername\AppData\Local\cura

Just rename the cura folder to something like cura-old just in case you need to go back to it.

Then install Cura 2.3 and it will be a fresh/clean install.

Hopefully that will either fix your startup issues or at least allow you to see the log files.

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Just be aware that someone has reported 2.3 not working under Windows 10. It works on mine but maybe there have been releases of 2.3.0 since I installed. I also recall someone complaining that releases had been made without the release number being updated, so the latest could be wrong and still called 2.3.0 - I am quoting, not saying

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Just be aware that someone has reported 2.3 not working under Windows 10. It works on mine but maybe there have been releases of 2.3.0 since I installed. I also recall someone complaining that releases had been made without the release number being updated, so the latest could be wrong and still called 2.3.0 - I am quoting, not saying

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